How was your experience with us?
Great time, great visit, great people
Our party of six spent the week of May 8 hunting, touring, eating, and having a magnificent time. Our expectations were exceeded, and then some. Brian and Sheryl along with the guides and staff are exemplary hosts. This was not a visit to a lodge, but more like having a pleasant visit with friends. Whether hunting or visiting sites, each member of our party achieved their desired goals. The PH’s, Glen, Stephan, Bertus were fantastic ensuring each person was having the very best hunt. We plan a return visit in the very near future. I encourage you to book your own trip.
Amazing spot and stalk bow hunting
Amazing people. Game everywhere. It was the most exciting non stop fun I’ve ever had bow hunting. I also brought my rifle. So many opportunities. And great quality Trophies. I can’t wait to go back. And I will go back. Hopefully soon.
So much fun so little time1
Just finished my 2nd safari with Two Waters. I took my oldest daughter with me this time for` her very first hunt and we had a fantastic time. The staff were amazing, the animals outstanding. We got to hunt areas that could have been
Africa a hundred years ago. Amazing time. I can’t wait until I’ve gathered enough bucks to go again!
Just finished my second hunt with Two Waters Safaris … and it almost certainly won’t be my last. In spite of multiple COVID related obstacles, I made it back to see my good friends at the lodge in August. And they helped me meet and make new ones out of Kimberley. As always, PH Glen was fantastic connecting me with exceptional hartbeest, sable, buffalo, black wildebeest, kudu, warthog, waterbuck, and impala. We saw thousands of animals … no exaggeration! Accommodations were fantastic. The lodge is a great place to ruin a weight watchers diet! Thanks again Glen, Brian, and Sheryl.
A baboons tale
I’ll tell you a tale, a baboons tale.
Hidden behind the ranges lies Two Waters Safari, home of the great African adventure.
There you can hunt the “Widow Maker” or his alter ego the “Clown of the bushveld”, or even the ilusive “Grey Ghost”. But slowly slowly, to catch monkey, as Mr. Kudu is the pimpernel of the veld; “That damned elusive Pimpernel”!
But there is not only an abundance of game, but also plenty tall tales and hospitality as endless, as the horizon in the Eastern Cape. So, leave the comfort of your couch, put on your broad brimmed hat and short shorts and “wys jou vleis”. Your hosts are my friends Sheryl Seady and Brian Seady darlings both. Plenty of G&T’s, guns and gents I promise. And if you come alone you will soon be in the company of “Dagga Boys”, bachelors all. So do go and trot with the “Poor Man’s Elephant”, on the bushveld’s untrodden path.
Come join the tribe and worship under the Southern Cross, our altar is the braai, and the holy trinity are boerewors, biltong and pepper steak pie. Sit around the fire, while a rhino impi munch on the, not so green, but pleasant land. But remember, they are rulers of the realm, so speak softly and wear your running shoes, just in case.
Dark continent? poppycock! You’ll be surrounded by the sun kissed veld, and the ochre colored mountains, they are Gods own. And beware, I warn you, a commando of baboons may close in, and you risk losing much more than just a plate of food, because you will probably lose your heart to Africa too.
Kipling wrote; “Something hidden. Go and find it. Go and look behind the Ranges — Something lost behind the Ranges. Lost and waiting for you. Go!”. Well then, go and stalk the “Black Death”, and send him of on the bullet train, the “Nitro Express”. It will arrive on time, that is if you can breathe calmly and stand like a man. So Africa is calling, because there is a hunter’s tale waiting to be told, and it is yours.
We had a fantastic time my wife and I went there for our 40th anniversary and did some sightseeing and I hunt with my archery equipment. The lodge was great the food amazing , we got t taste everything we hunted it was so good we are going back in April 2020 again for ten days. They are amazing and great people to spend time with
The best hunting experience in the Eastern Cape
I’ve traveled all over Africa. Brian & Sheryl have created such a special place at Two Waters. You will be treated like lifelong friends in every part of your hunt. The lodge, accommodations, food and atmosphere will have you wanting to stay. Brian and his team of PH’s gave our group great opportunities at amazing trophy’s. Not one hunter in our group left disappointed, which says it all. 34 trophy’s harvested and not one was disappointing in size or quality. That’s never happened with us before. If you’re a new hunter to Africa, it will be a great learning experience in a relaxed environment. If you’ve been there and done all of it before, Two Waters will do everything possible to get you opportunities at the special trophy still on your list. They are honest, hardworking and very interested in their hunters enjoying the entire experience. Our group of bow and rifle hunters already booked for next year. If you’re looking for a great hunt in the eastern cape, I don’t believe you’ll find better than Two Waters.
An experience of a lifetime
My friend and I have been hunting with Two Waters Safaris for more than a decade and have always taken good quality trophies over the years. Our guides have been extremely experienced and interesting , pointing out animal tracks , plant species and birds. The evenings spent around the camp fires were memorable with the days experience shared about the hunts. Great hospitality, great food , quality wines and great hosts in Sheryl and Brian . Sheryl has always gone out of her way to take us to the most amazing and beautiful in Southern Africa. Thank you we shall see you in 2021.
Second time arround
This years trip was my second and it was even more memorable than my first. My wife and I enjoyed or first trip together and still share the memories. This year I returned with a friend to introduce him to the wonders of Two Waters. We both had a super time and very successful hunt with Brian and staff. Highly recommended for all
What a pleasant surprise!
I’m not an avid hunter, so I wasn’t sure what to expect for this part of our African adventure. I could not have been more pleasantly surprised. Sheryl and Brian and their staff were incredibly hospitable – they really made the lodge feel like home away from home for a few days (only much nicer and I didn’t have to cook or clean!). At the lodge, we enjoyed a nice, clean, safe, private room, daily laundry and absolutely amazing food (the BBQ dinners and Rooibos tea were my favorites). The hunters in our group raved about their experience – how much they learned from Brian and Stephan and how patient and helpful they were in introducing two young hunters to the sport. The non-hunters were spoiled with Sheryl’s daily trips – we went to the ocean, shopped (Billabong Outlet!), enjoyed massages, hiked in a National Park, pet Cheetahs and more! Sheryl and Brian really made the experience special – they even helped us to create South African S’mores (with Marie biscuits) and made my youngest’s wish come true – getting to see The Lion King movie while in South Africa. We can’t return soon enough!
Hunt of a lifetime!
We just finished an amazing family vacation with Two Waters Safaris. Sheryl’s tour guiding was an affordable, knowledgeable, and incredible experience. She managed to include everything on our wish list (safaris, Addo, Kruger, Zimbabwe, cheetah conservation, Cape Town attractions, beaches) into our vacation. She knew all the hot spots and how to get us the best experience at the best price. Brian also gave my husband the hunt of a lifetime! The food and accommodations were 5 star, with every little detail attended to. The staff was amazing and we will definitely be back.
The hunting is exceptional
Excellent facilities, beautiful, well appointed rooms, great hospitality! Brain, Sheryl and their team are the greatest hosts. The hunting is exceptional and ethical. Food is excellent! A 5 star Eastern Cape hunting experience!!!
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